Tariff classification of goods in the EU

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The tariff classification of goods course covers activities that customs professionals deal with regarding the aspects of tariff classification of goods. It includes in-depth knowledge and understanding of rules, sources and tools for the tariff classification of goods, the ability to use online databases and classify goods. 

The course is one of the modules of the extensive Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU training (see the brochure).

Lessons

The course consists of nine video lessons:

  1. Classification of goods for customs purposes
  2. Harmonized System (HS)
  3. General Interpretative Rules (GIR)
  4. WCO resources for classification
  5. Steps in the classification of products
  6. Combined Nomenclature (CN)
  7. Binding Tariff Information decision (BTI)
  8. Resources for the classification in CN
  9. Overview of CN

After watching each lesson, please take the quiz.

In the resources section, you will find slides and recommended readings. In addition, you can read articles of interest on the platform during the entire learning period (after purchasing the course, you will get access to the articles).

Outcome

After completing this course, the learner:

  • Understands what is the classification of goods for customs purposes and the importance of correct classification;
  • Has knowledge of Harmonised System (HS) and HS codes structure;
  • Is able to apply the General Interpretative Rules (GIR) relating to the classification of goods;
  • Has knowledge of WCO Resources for classification of goods;
  • Has knowledge of steps for classification of goods;
  • Has knowledge of Common Customs Tariff (CCT) and Tariff classification of goods;
  • Is able to classify goods accurately using tariff classification and knowledge of Combined Nomenclature (CN);
  • Has knowledge of Binding Tariff Information decisions (BTI) (its legal basis, the process and procedure to request or grant a Binding Tariff Information);
  • Has knowledge of legally binding and not legally binding sources for the tariff classification of goods in the EU;
  • Is able to use the appropriate tools and databases (e.g. TARIC, CLASS) for classifying the goods;
  • Is able to recognise and classify goods and to make use of the appropriate databases for this classification.

After successfully completing the quizzes (more than 60% of the answers should be correct), you will receive a certificate of completion of the course.

Time

Please plan to dedicate around 8 hours for learning.

Often, businesses face challenges identifying goods themselves and defining their technical and other characteristics. As goods are becoming increasingly multifunctional, this leads to more and more problems with the interpretation and application of the law. 

Jonas Sakalauskas

Having a machine learning model trained for a company’s products is not only valuable for classifying new products, but can be useful in auditing existing classifications and providing an automated second review to manual classifications. 

Luis Gomez

Customs Knowledge Institute: 🔗 Customs Knowledge Institute is an Irish not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to bring together passionate customs practitioners for the purpose of enhancing customs knowledge. 📧 CKI@customsknowledgeinstitute.org  
CustomsClear: we are the customs and trade compliance knowledge marketplace and our goal is to connect knowledge seekers with industry-related experts. Check other available 🔗courses.

Resources are available after purchase.

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Prekių tarifinis klasifikavimas – iššūkis verslui ir/ar muitinei?
31-01-2024

Praėjusius metus Lietuvos vyriausiasis administracinis teismas baigė ir naujus 2024 m. pradėjo priimdamas 3 nutartis susijusias su prekių tarifiniu klasifikavimu. Tačiau visos šiose bylose galima rasti skirtingas žinutes, kurias verta įsidėmėti diskutuojant su muitine dėl tinkamo prekių tarifinio klasifikavimo.

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Prekių tarifinis klasifikavimas – iššūkis verslui ir/ar muitinei?
31-01-2024

Praėjusius metus Lietuvos vyriausiasis administracinis teismas baigė ir naujus 2024 m. pradėjo priimdamas 3 nutartis susijusias su prekių tarifiniu klasifikavimu. Tačiau visos šiose bylose galima rasti skirtingas žinutes, kurias verta įsidėmėti diskutuojant su muitine dėl tinkamo prekių tarifinio klasifikavimo.

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Communication (EU): Recent changes in the classification of goods
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A recently published EU Official Journal contains a communication in accordance with Article 34(7)(a)(iii) of the Union Customs Code on decisions relating to binding information issued by the customs authorities of the member states concerning the classification of goods in the customs nomenclature. In this article, we provide an overview of some of the international tariff measures listed in the communication.

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A recently published EU Official Journal contains a communication in accordance with Article 34(7)(a)(iii) of the Union Customs Code on decisions relating to binding information issued by the customs authorities of the member states concerning the classification of goods in the customs nomenclature. In this article, we provide an overview of some of the international tariff measures listed in the communication.

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Editors’ word: 2024 is the year of the wood dragon (Chinese zodiac sign). How do we classify such a dragon? :-) We can start the discussion with wood and its products, among which we find a dragon tree* (4407 29), and an old legend says that when a dragon dies, it is reborn as a dragon tree... such an interesting fact in the run-up to the New Year. Despite the importance of dragons in 2024, we won't find anything new about them in next year's Combined Nomenclature. However, we invite you to take a look at the other changes - check for any new developments related to your imports or exports. Thank you to Virginija Dordzikienė for the overview.

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Combined Nomenclature 2024 (and how we... classify dragons)
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Editors’ word: 2024 is the year of the wood dragon (Chinese zodiac sign). How do we classify such a dragon? :-) We can start the discussion with wood and its products, among which we find a dragon tree* (4407 29), and an old legend says that when a dragon dies, it is reborn as a dragon tree... such an interesting fact in the run-up to the New Year. Despite the importance of dragons in 2024, we won't find anything new about them in next year's Combined Nomenclature. However, we invite you to take a look at the other changes - check for any new developments related to your imports or exports. Thank you to Virginija Dordzikienė for the overview.

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